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Old 4th August 2009, 14:09   #91
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bbraj thats a HUGE roadtax bill over here its 26000 for getz crdi!! If registered in Haryana its 7-8K !!

Congrats on ur purchase!!
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do go through my previous post. i was informed on the hyundai forum that seuol racing / kdm stuff guys have a 12 inch drilled rotors avaialble. these are original ones intended for hyundai cars. no idea whether or not they are suitable for getz.

the part number was also mentioned in my previous post.
Thanks, will surely check for it.

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Hey do we get massive discounts if we group order ?
There is no scheme for now as such, though even i had asked the same thing to him.

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bbraj thats a HUGE roadtax bill over here its 26000 for getz crdi!! If registered in Haryana its 7-8K !!

Congrats on ur purchase!!
Welcome to Bengalooru my friend.
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The Iron is hot, nail it right now!! Getz Crdi is one car you would love to own. Esp. knowing you and how much you are in love with power

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Shrey! In diesels its not about "power". Its the torque. Also, no comments from you on the drilled rotors? I was hoping to hear your expertise on the issue and see you give us substantial proof asto how safe it is to carry out the project you so highly recommended.

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Wrong post. Please delete.

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Thanks to suresh (HappyWheels), I saved rs7000 on insurance just because of him.

Went throught 149 pages to pick up good alloys in "official-alloy-wheel-show-off-thread".

Let me know if there is any new alloy designs, till that for silver color car my alloys will be any one of these.
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Let me know if there is any new alloy designs,
Go alloy hunting ,you`ll definitely find some new designs in the market.
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till that for silver color car my alloys will be any one of these.
My suggestion....1 ,5 or 6.
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Thanks to suresh (HappyWheels), I saved rs7000 on insurance just because of him...
Anytime, BRRaj! Just sharing what benefit I had received!
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Thanks to suresh (HappyWheels), I saved rs7000 on insurance just because of him.

Went throught 149 pages to pick up good alloys in "official-alloy-wheel-show-off-thread".

Let me know if there is any new alloy designs, till that for silver color car my alloys will be any one of these.
Raj, my vote goes for either 1 or 8, both would look "beastly" on your new beast with new shoes! Anyways, now I am only waiting for your car to be delivered. Which showroom/location would it be from? Also, can I be part of the crowd when you take the car for the immediate mods?
OT: I keep thinking, why is it that most/all of your simple threads turn into major big threads with lot of discussion (few OT) and keeps growing like virus!
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1 and 6 look good and considering the color you going to be getting i think 6 would suit very well. Even 5 suits well.

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Hi 6 and 9 looks nice personally, and also check this website, there at least you will see some new ones and range is enormous for checking out

Mag Wheels,Automotive Wheels,Aluminum Alloy Wheels,Car Chrome Wheels,Supplier

or you can try

.:: Aura - High Performance Alloy Wheels ::.

P.S A big no to option no 3 it is too baroque and no gold color please

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I would say 9 hahahaha well thats my rocket with the alloys, but I will not suggest these as they are pretty soft and get damaged easily, I have got two of my alloys done up already less than a year and I guess the PCD and other "5.5J" what ever that is, is not a perfect match, I needed spacers too.
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Rajiv, for now stick to stock alloys with AD-07's. Finding good ones given the PCD would be quite a task and pretty expensive too with limited choices. If you do want to buy new alloys, why not go for 15'' once for all?
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I would say 9 hahahaha well thats my rocket with the alloys, but I will not suggest these as they are pretty soft and get damaged easily, I have got two of my alloys done up already less than a year and I guess the PCD and other "5.5J" what ever that is, is not a perfect match, I needed spacers too.
If you buy local ones thats what you will end up with so pick up some reputed brand with one/two year warranty that gives replacement so there will be no worries on damage front ( nothing personal here please)

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If you buy local ones thats what you will end up with so pick up some reputed brand with one/two year warranty that gives replacement so there will be no worries on damage front ( nothing personal here please)
Thanks for the advice dude, those are Lenso's light weight racing alloys and very much originals but not meant for Indian specifically Bangalore road conditions
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Rajiv, for now stick to stock alloys with AD-07's. Finding good ones given the PCD would be quite a task and pretty expensive too with limited choices. If you do want to buy new alloys, why not go for 15'' once for all?
Finding 14" alloys in 100 PCD is as hard as finding a restaurant in Bangalore.
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